Paperbark January 2024

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I hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well, amid the climate chaos that has been playing out over the past few weeks. Sadly, this is exactly the kind of summer we were expecting.ย 

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Public Hearing: Energy (Renewable Transformation & Jobs) Bill 2023

Following a submission made in late 2023, NQCC was invited to present to Queensland's Transport and Resources Committee on the Energy (Renewable Transformation and Jobs) Bill 2023. Our Coordinator was one of just four representatives to speak at the Townsville hearing, and the only one providing a conservation perspective. We spoke in support of the Bill, and highlighted potential improvements (read our opening statement here).ย 

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Work With Us!

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Are you ready to kickstart your environmental advocacy career? We are looking for a Community Campaigner to work with us! This role is 15 hours per week, based in Gurambilbarra/Townsville.

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Prairie Wind Farm

Map location of Prairie Wind Farm (google maps)

Prairie Wind Farm is part of the North Queensland Super Hub, located in the North Queensland Renewable Energy Zone in the Flinders Shire, onย Yirendali Country.

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Renewable Energy Landholder Toolkit

Words read: Queensland renewable energy landholders toolkit - a free resource for Queensland landholders considering hosting a renewable energy project on their land

Queensland Farmersโ€™ Federation in partnership with the Queensland Government, has prepared the Queensland Renewable Energy Landholder Toolkit to assist and inform landholders as they respond to and negotiate with energy industry representatives about accessing land and developing renewable energy projects.

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2022/23 Annual Report

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2021/22 Annual Report

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2020/21 Annual Report

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2019/20 Annual Report

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EPA Day

NQCC supporters pose with signs outlining what they want to see in a Queensland EPA

This Earth Day, we don't want empty words or cute infographics about saving the planet. We want real protection for our environment, which starts with an independent EPA for Queensland.

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